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Not only is Joyeuse Muhorakeye a tremendous runner for the Aiken Falcon's Cross Country Team but she also balances her time as a fall intern for Democracy & Me.  Coach Aaron Parker says that "Joyeuse is an amazing student, athlete and person.  As an intern at WVXU, she is a part of a team of students who develop and produce podcasts about social and political issues ranging from the back to school Coronavirus controversy to self-identity to hero’s in our lives and the importance of the 2020 Census.  She is an international student who came to the USA as a refugee from Rwanda."  The challenges of learning a new language or training for a half-marathon have not deterred her from striving for excellence in all she does.  The CMAC congratulates this fine student athlete for her accomplishments on and off the field!

 

Hughes football team makes strides on the field and off.  As the football team prepares for the start of the season there are two players that deserve recognition for their effort.  Hitting the books and playing for the OL and DL keeps both Sophomore Cameron Clark and Junior Jaevon Collins busy.  Good luck this season Cameron and Jaevon!

                      

 

James N. Gamble Montessori high School is excited to announce Sean M. Lanier as our new Girls Varsity Basketball coach!  Sean is a product of the Cincinnati Public School System and a Graduate of Robert A. Taft High school in 1988.  He started his coaching career with CPS in 2004.

Most recently as the Girls Varsity Asst. at Clark Montessori.  His approach to the game and life will be a tremendous benefit to the entire Gamble community.  We are excited about what Sean is bringing to Gamble to expand and grow our Girls Basketball program both on and off the court!  Good luck Gators!

Fall sport may have taken on a different appearance this year, but that hasn't stopped Taft's athletes.  According to Athletic Director Romell Salone, Robert Brazziel and AJ Lowe have a handful of Division II schools knocking at their doors because of their talent on the football field.  Additionally, Brandon Miles is looking to become the CMAC runner of the year for back to back years!  We wish these athletes the best as they continue to sharpen their athletic skills and work hard on and off the field.  Good luck to the Senators this season!

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